After months of radio silence, it looks like Motorola will be announcing its rebooted Razr next month.
The company has sent out invites for an event set to take place on November 14 in Los Angeles that teases the "highly anticipated unveiling of a reinvented icon." It's accompanied by a gif of what we assume is the new handset being folded and unfolded.
Further cryptic clues in the invitation includes telling attendees that they're "going to flip," and after poring over that sentence for a good hour, we're almost considering committing to the idea that this may also be alluding to the upcoming flip phone.
Motorola confirmed it was working on a foldable phone back at MWC earlier this year, and since then all we've heard about it is the possibility of some lacklustre specs, a possible launch date at the end of the year, and a hefty price tag.
The tried-and-tested clamshell design of the Motos of yesteryear could make a comeback with the Razr, and there are rumours that Samsung will follow suit with its Galaxy Fold 2 redesign. Leaks have been thin on the ground, which is a miracle frankly, but we'll find out more in November. [TNW]
This post originally appeared on Gizmodo UK, which is gobbling up the news in a different timezone.